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Jakarta, October 2, demonstrators on Thursday for the second consecutive day the blockade United States Freeport maikemolun copper and gold company (Freeport-McMoRan Inc) is located in Indonesia's copper mines, mine management and the employee still failed to reach an agreement.
Rozik Soetjipto, CEO of the company said Freeport Indonesia, the company's Grasberg mine in Indonesia's Papua Province, open pit mining operations remain suspended, following Saturday's collapse at the mine, killing four workers were killed.
Indonesian mining Association has been investigating the incident, is expected to open-pit mining operations will be suspended for about a week. The mine is one of the world's largest copper mine.
Soetjipto said the management is in contact with employees, trying to figure out the demands of the workers. At least one worker Union blockades and demonstrations are not supported.
Soetjipto said the Grasberg mine open pit mining accounted for more than half of the total production, only stop operation of open pit mining. He was unable to give the demonstration effect on exports or production details.
With the Indonesian Government to resolve the seven-month tax dispute, begin to restore the copper concentrate from Freeport from August exports.
In August, the company said its 140,000 tons of inventory has been established, and expects copper concentrate totaled 1.8 million tonnes this year, down from earlier expectations of 2.2 million tons, exports are expected to amount to around 700,000 tonnes.
Freeport's 2013 annual report shows that its copper mine in Papua Province last year have a total of 35 people were killed and 28 people have died in tunnel collapses.
Freeport Union High-level Virgo Solossa said workers had no reason to continue the demonstration, because the Government has been involved in the investigation.
A Union source said, a total of 500 protesters, but Solossa said there were about 150 people. Solossa said: "because the roads were blocked, people cannot travel to the mine working. ”
On Wednesday, before the demonstrators with a banner listing names of victims killed in the accident. They require management to improve safety facilities in mines, also asked the Government to increase transparency in the investigation of the accident on Saturday.

Jakarta, October 2, demonstrators on Thursday for the second consecutive day the blockade United States Freeport maikemolun copper and gold company (Freeport-McMoRan Inc) is located in Indonesia's copper mines, mine management and the employee still failed to reach an agreement.

 

Rozik Soetjipto, CEO of the company said Freeport Indonesia, the company's Grasberg mine in Indonesia's Papua Province, open pit mining operations remain suspended, following Saturday's collapse at the mine, killing four workers were killed.

 

Indonesian mining Association has been investigating the incident, is expected to open-pit mining operations will be suspended for about a week. The mine is one of the world's largest copper mine.

 

Soetjipto said the management is in contact with employees, trying to figure out the demands of the workers. At least one worker Union blockades and demonstrations are not supported.

 

Soetjipto said the Grasberg mine open pit mining accounted for more than half of the total production, only stop operation of open pit mining. He was unable to give the demonstration effect on exports or production details.

 

With the Indonesian Government to resolve the seven-month tax dispute, begin to restore the copper concentrate from Freeport from August exports.

 

In August, the company said its 140,000 tons of inventory has been established, and expects copper concentrate totaled 1.8 million tonnes this year, down from earlier expectations of 2.2 million tons, exports are expected to amount to around 700,000 tonnes.

 

Freeport's 2013 annual report shows that its copper mine in Papua Province last year have a total of 35 people were killed and 28 people have died in tunnel collapses.

 

Freeport Union High-level Virgo Solossa said workers had no reason to continue the demonstration, because the Government has been involved in the investigation.

 

A Union source said, a total of 500 protesters, but Solossa said there were about 150 people. Solossa said: "because the roads were blocked, people cannot travel to the mine working. ”

 

On Wednesday, before the demonstrators with a banner listing names of victims killed in the accident. They require management to improve safety facilities in mines, also asked the Government to increase transparency in the investigation of the accident on Saturday.

 

 

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